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Immoral Code by Lillian Clark

For Nari, aka Narioka Diane, aka hacker digital alter ego “d0l0s,” it’s college and then a career at “one of the big ones,” like Google or Apple. Keagan, her sweet, sensitive boyfriend, is happy to follow her wherever she may lead. Reese is an ace/aro visual artist with plans to travel the world. Santiago is off to Stanford on a diving scholarship, with very real Olympic hopes. And Bellamy? Physics genius Bellamy is admitted to MIT—but the student loan she’d been counting on is denied when it turns out her estranged father—one Robert Foster—is loaded.
Nari isn’t about to let her friend’s dreams be squashed by a deadbeat billionaire, so she hatches a plan to steal just enough from Foster to allow Bellamy to achieve her goals.

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The book had 5 pov for the 5 main characters, all I’m gonna say is that i didn’t need to read the chapter’s name to know who’s talking; and this say  A LOT!

The characters were amazngly relatable, with a capital R.

Honest to God flesh and bones characters; we got into each ones’ mind and understood how they thought, how they felt about everything.

I was there with them, I swear I was.
And seriously the amount of sarcasm i read, this author is Fluent! 

I laughed and laughed, and got worried too at the plot twist.
The book was super funny, every character had his own special sense of humour, and each one of them cracked me up.

And fiction aside, how robbing a billionaire does not sound so convincing to me, the ending was super realistic.
The ending is the most important part of a book for me,and  my RATING ALWAYS DEPENDS ON HOW REALISTIC IT IS.

So it was veryyyyy satisfying to have a realistic ending.

Why not 5 STARS?

In order for characters to feel like flesh and bones, the author had to get us into each characters’ head, using monologue inside dialogues; and while i totally loved how i got into their head at some point i felt like ” can we move on from his head now? i get his point and all, i want the dialogue to keep going, i want actions and stuff, youknow?



5 thoughts on “Immoral Code by Lillian Clark

      1. I just finished the first part of the book, and I’m reading the second one. To be honest I am not a fan of the long sentimental narratives of each character’s POV. It felt unnecessary and most of the time made the storyline bragging.

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